|11 Sep 2009||#1|
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Network location for SharePoint (Main Site)
Adding a network location for a SharePoint site in Vista, you were able to set http://servername and it listed all the sites in SharePoint as folders, and you could just navigate to any document library. In Windows 7 it just shows as blank. Try and create a folder and it says the filename is too long.
You can put in http://servername/sitename on Windows 7 and it works!
What do you need for it to perform as Vista did, as it was a great "Network Location" to add via GPO for all users, instead of scripting sites dependeant on the users group membership?
Thank you in advance!
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